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Christian Author Says Females Who Masturbate Go To Hell, Sex Toys Can Summon Demons

A popular Christian author, publisher, and public figure is speaking out against females who masturbate by claiming that the act of using sex toys can summon a demon into your life.

According to the Huffington Post, Mack Major has been posting excerpts from his new book Diva, Goddess, Queen: Breaking The Power Of Soul Ties, Lust And Sexual Demons to his Facebook page, where he has more than 90,000 followers. In those posts, Mack Major asserts that women who masturbate will not make it to heaven.

“Too many Christian women are losing their salvation because they masturbate… Masturbation is a direct path to Satan. There is nothing normal about it. And shame on any Christian that says so.”

Major also runs the Christian website Eden Decoded where he published an article explaining why women should not use sex toys, claiming they “have been used for thousands of years in demonic sex rituals.”

Mack Major
Mack Major. (Photo via Facebook)

While many Christians might agree with Mack Major’s opinions about lust and temptation, few believe that sex toys or masturbation have any literal connection to the Christian hell or demons. However, Mack Major has built a case on his website for why masturbation and sex toys will result in death and destruction for any human who associates with them, as well as those who take part in homosexuality, premarital sex, and pornography.

Major cites the people of Pompeii as an example of a culture that was “wiped out in an instant” due to their sexual deviancy, which Major claims can be verified from archeological findings.

“The people of Pompeii were completely engulfed in a culture of pornography, homosexuality, wild orgies and the worship of the little god with the huge member known as Priapus,” he wrote.

According to Mack Major, women from other ancient cultures masturbated with sex toys as a result of Satan using sex to “empower demonic entities.” He claims that, simply by masturbating, you could summon a creature from the depths of hell that can destroy your life and your relationships.

“Many of you who are reading this have sex toys in your possession right now. And whether you want to accept it as fact or not: those sex toys are an open portal between the demonic realm and your own life… the danger in masturbating is that one could inadvertently summon a sex demon to attach itself to you through the act of masturbating.”

Strangely, Mack Major seems to focus primarily (if not exclusively) on female masturbation. The author remains active on his Facebook page where he frequently provides insight to his beliefs on how Christian women should behave and rarely mentions the sex lives of men.

“Christian women need to stop taking their relationship advice from whorish pseudo-Christians and non-Christian women,” Mack Major wrote earlier today.

He also responded to the Huffington Post’s article about his condemnation of female masturbation and sex toys. Not only was Major not bothered by the article, he proudly shared it on his own Facebook page, claiming that they were helping to spread “God’s message.”

While many Facebook users supported Mack Major’s assessment of female masturbation and sex toys, others accused him of outright sexism.

“Wow, I just have laugh at the absurdity of Fundamentalists truly have no expertise in human sexuality but try to tell woman especially a man how to treat their bodies,” wrote one user.

Mack Major responded to the backlash with, “Look at all these social media rejects and retards – showing up to a Christian page to leave stupid comments.”

Others around the internet have used the Christian author’s recent publicity as an opportunity to positively advocate for female masturbation. For example, the Huffington Post linked to a list of reasons female masturbation is healthy, provided by Dr. Lauren Streicher. Meanwhile, the Frisky playfully questioned Mack Major’s authority to dictate others’ sex lives.

You can watch Mack Major’s trailer for his eBook focusing on female sexuality in the video below.

What do you think about the Christian author’s opinions on female masturbation and sex toys? Do you agree with the association between female masturbation and demons? Leave a comment below.

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